According to a 2016 Gallup poll 43% of the workforce works at home at least some of the time (globalworkplaceanalytics.com). As you know, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed that number up exponentially. Without missing a beat, in response to shelter-in-place mandates, many of your employees began working remotely without any prior telework experience. While some employees may have recently returned to work, many employees remain at home with mixed teams of onsite, field, and remote workers.
As a supervisor, who may have little experience yourself as a remote employee, it can feel like being thrown in the deep end of the pool without knowing how to swim. The purpose of this 90- minute webinar is to help supervisors and managers understand how to keep your team engaged and productive while working remotely.
RGS has been a virtual agency since its creation in 2002, so we know virtual teams can be just as effective as in-person, onsite teams. Additionally, we have been helping local government agencies transition their workforces to a remote/virtual presence in response to COVID-19 shelter in place orders. Benefit from our extensive knowledge in leading effectively no matter where you or your employees are working.
We will specifically address:
• Challenges of supervising remote employees
• Tools that facilitate communication and coordination of work
• Establishing parameters and expectations
• Gauging what an employee needs from you to move projects forward
• Maintaining a connection when “incidental” communications are no longer possible
To register for this webinar, pay via PayPal using the form below. Please be sure to include the contact name and email for a person who will be attending the webinar (this individual should also be able to provide contact information for any additional participants on the paid registration). For registrations greater than 5 individuals, please contact Jo Miller directly at (650) 587-7300 x37 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellation Policy: For scheduled and paid webinar participant no shows, no refund of the costs will be given. If a participant is unable to attend, that agency may send an alternate for the registrant. If given one week’s notice prior to the webinar, the agency will receive a credit toward an upcoming webinar that may be used within the next 12 calendar months. For further information or questions contact Jo Miller at email@example.com.